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A 'perfect' iTunes equalizer setting
Authored by: Gfx on Sep 02, '04 06:08:24PM

Actually... to compare sounds and colors has nothing esoteric. Both values are represented in values of wavelenght and are interpreted by our organs (eyes an ears) that can be damaged in some degree and relay the information to our brain for a final processing. Both, color and sound, can be altered by the environment they are in or "surrounding" them. That doesn't even cover the more subjective things like the differences that exist in everyone tastes.

Just my humble opinion tho...

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